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Andres Lepik, Andre Santer

J. MAYER H. Metropol Parasol


With Metropol Parasol, J. MAYER H. Architects have created a new landmark for the city of Seville. The design by the architectural office received first prize in the competition for the redevelopment of the Plaza de la Encarnación at the center of the medieval district of the capital of Andalusia. Metropol Parasol has the potential to turn the Plaza into a new, contemporary urban center in a quarter that was long neglected. The building complex, with its large, parasol-like structures, contains a museum featuring archeological finds in the basement; an indoor market on the ground floor; an elevated square for events, bars, restaurants; and a panoramic walkway on the roof of the parasol. The multifunctional Metropol Parasol signals an initial step in the dynamic development of cultural and commercial facilities at the heart of Seville.


  • English/Spanish
  • 160 pp., 166 color ills.
  • 24.30 x 27.00 cm
  • softcover
  • ISBN 978-3-7757-2837-9
  • 29,80 Euro



van Rossum-Willems, S.Schultz, C.McNamara, S.Kuehne

Grand Stand 3


Grand Stand 3 brings readers up to date on current developments in the fast-paced world of stand design. Covering 512 pages, the book encompasses 145 remarkable trade-fair environments from around the world – successful designs ranging from small booths to multi-level structures, all of which have grabbed the attention of visitors to major commercial events within the past three years. Featured  stands include those by Atelier Markgraph, D’art Design, nendo, Patricia Urquiola, Stefan Zwicky and UNStudio, and presented brands such as Audi, Diesel, HSBC, Nike, Mercedes-Benz, Reebok, Samsung, Sony, and many more. Each stand is presented by a description of the design, project credits, photography and a designer profile. Floor plans, sections, sketches, detail drawings, renderings and construction photos explain the design processes from concept to execution. Completing the book is an index that provides contact details of architects, design studios, brand agencies and stand builders, making Grand Stand 3 an indispensable source of information as well as inspiration.


  • Title: Grand Stand 3
  • Subtitle: Design for Trade Fair Stands
  • Release date EU: 10 March 2011
  • Release date NA: May 2011
  • Published by: Frame Publishers
  • Language: English
  • Size: 240mm x 320mm
  • Format: 512 pages, flexicover with transparent pvc jacket
  • ISBN: 978-90-77174-25-8
  • Price: 69 excluding shipping costs



JDS Architects

Agenda. Can We Sustain our Ability to Crisis?


"AGENDA" is a catalog of 365 days, like a diary or journal: a collective narrative, personal and subjective. It documents the work and thinking of JDS Architects over a specific year marked by crisis, beginning on September 15th, 2008, the day that Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy. The form of the book exploits the double meaning of its title, presenting the absurdities of day-to-day architectural practice while also staking our intent. Rather than a definitive direction, our agenda is a definitive attitude - of eagerness, enthusiasm, and optimism, of criticality and concern, of fun and inquiry. It is a directive, a motivation to act, at times without clear knowledge of where our agenda will lead. Change, the buzzword of the last U.S. presidential campaign, is the order of the day, and the task of "AGENDA" is to explore what kind of change will be needed if architects are to assume a political and social agency in this new landscape. Bringing together diverse forms of content, "AGENDA" is a product of vigilant observation, introspection, and engagement with outside thinkers and collaborators - artists, curators, politicians, authors, economists, journalists, developers, educators, and architects. "AGENDA" is a record of search and research, providing more questions than answers. "AGENDA" is unapologetically naive. "AGENDA" is an unorthodox architecture novel. "AGENDA" demystifies the practice of architecture, revealing process, research, fun, and failure. "AGENDA" looks to both the past and the future.


  • Language: English
  • Release: January 2010
  • Price: 22,95
  • Format: 26,8 x 20,8 x 2,4 cm
  • Features: 544 pages, full colour
  • ISBN: 978-8496954984

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